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Julie Johnson 22m
Replying to @wall_jules
Discovering that Jessie Benton Fremont and John C. are separated in death and buried on two diffeeent coasts because of financial strain - I cried.
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Jenny Buckley 59m
Has anyone ever come across examples of essay-periodicals being printed with two prices - one for each issue and one (presumably) for subscriptions? I've looked at a lot of original issues lately but have never seen this before. Is it common?
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Kelly L. Watson 8m
Best feeling? When you recall a piece of information that you didn't know you knew. For example, a student asked me who drafted the Articles of Confederation today and I answered "Jonathan Dickinson," but I don't remember ever learning/knowing that fact.
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Alyssa Smith Feb 17
Southern California friends: I'm heading to LA (my first time!) for an archive trip and have exactly ONE day to be free as a bird and do whatever I want. Where should I go? What do I need to see?
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Dr Matilda Greig Feb 15
Friendly I need your help! What articles/books about at can you recommend for undergraduates doing a podcast project on β€œIs War Masculine?” Female military conscription, secretly enlisting, etc - historical & today (?)
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Ms. Rose 7h
Very excited to go to my top choice's open house next week! :) Any advice on going to an accepted students graduate open house? (M.A. program in history)
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Brian M. Watson Feb 16
meanwhile, in the 1930-40s: butt stuff
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Tara Rowe 5h
I wrote 11,000 words last week, but a 300 word abstract for a CFP is going to be the death of me.
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Gina Conkle Feb 17
Hey you're invited to 's Author Takeover on my Facebook page this Wednesday, Feb. 20th 6:00 - 10:00 PM Central Time. πŸ‘‰Go here and join the group.
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Kristie Feb 13
What do think of this approach to time management? Allocating every minute of your day to a task to maximise productivity (including 3 min loo breaks!). Venturing on really unhealthy, I think.
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Patrick Sheridan Feb 16
Now that the votes from the last round of the Presidential Twitter Tournament are in, it's time for the quarter-finals!
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ActiveHistory.co.uk 3h
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Ben Roberts 7h
This is a long shot but can any help to date these civic robes by the label? My best guess is 1920s/30s.
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Steve Luxenberg 4h
On , a thread of a dozen presidential quotes on the press, focusing on the strength of the sentiment expressed, and not the speaker's overall record of press relations. In chronological order, beginning with George Washington:
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Steve Luxenberg 4h
Replying to @SLuxenberg
(13/13) For , presidents on the press: Donald Trump: "THE RIGGED AND CORRUPT MEDIA IS THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!" (February 17, 2019)
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Lindsay 35m
Every chapter starts with giant posters of timelines and graphic organizers. And smelly markers, because I’m apparently 8 years old.
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Aaron Phillips 7h
Hey : try and send ya boy some good vibes this afternoon around 1:00. Thanks in advance πŸ™πŸΌ
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Kerry Jo Green 19h
Replying to @jerrykogreen
Were the siblings so close? George and Mary and Anne? lemme know!
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Eric Gonzaba 51m
As a historian of the 1980s, the magnitude of the AIDS crisis and the incredible suffering it produced is something I struggle with constantly
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Jason Patterson πŸ“šβœοΈπŸŽ¨ 4h
I am proud to say that I will be among past fellows like historian Peter H. Wood and the amazing , as this year's Frederick Douglass Visiting Fellow, at the at .
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